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Who is a Military Conscientious Objector?

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Don't Draft Women (or Men)

 

Update on NDAA and the proposal to register women with the Selective Service System, December 8, 2016

CCW has been monitoring the discussion about extending the draft and draft registration to women ever since the military opened up all combat positions to women. The most significant movement has been in Congress, where bills were proposed to include women in the registration for Selective Service.

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Moral Injury in Drone Pilots

"General hopes for a comfortable war--one that could be completed without emotional wounds--haven't been fulfilled."

Former drone pilot Brandon Bryant is haunted by the deaths he played a part in.

Read the Der Spiegel article (english)

The Value of Conscientious Objection

May 15th is International Conscientious Objectors Day - a perfect opportunity to take some time to contemplate and appreciate the value of conscientious objection (CO). The very process of applying for status as a conscientious objector challenges the institution of war. 

 

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